We continue our summery theme with another hot and sunny day in the Delaware Valley. Temperatures are starting in the 60's and 70's around the region and with a significant dose of sun ahead, temperatures will quickly warm into the 90's along I-95 and in much of the region by day's end.
Much like yesterday, skies will feature mostly sunny skies. We run a very low risk of thunderstorm activity yet again in the region -- the only thunder threat is out by Erie as a disturbance pushes through the Great Lakes. We'll remain dry through Saturday as the region is under the influence of high pressure that's situated offshore.
Highs range generally between 90 and 93 again away from the water, with the Shore likely getting into the mid 80's before perhaps nudging cooler late in the day. Winds will be from the southwest at 10 to 15 mph.